After being notified of his win last Friday, Yoders checked out a giant “win second Neal Award” box on a large t0-do list in the MetalMiner conference room and filed retirement papers with HR.
Jeff wrote two parts of the five-part series including an examination of how the Department of Energy overhauled its EnergyPlus building simulation program and another about tech trends that are transforming building information modeling and virtual design and construction.
“Back when I started writing about BIM and VDC in 2005, I vowed that I would not rest until we revolutionized the way construction projects are procured and delivered,” Yoders said. “Well, at long last, that day is here. Well, bye!”
Over his many years covering the design and construction industries, Jeff has documented how the inclusion of general and specialty contractors in the design phase of a project has resulted in fewer change orders and construction problems, how cloud computing is solving collaboration issues and how to save $18,000 on printing alone on a hospital project.